PLOT: V revolves around a celebrated cop named Adithya’s attempt to apprehend a serial killer named Vishnu, who has a long-forgotten connection with Aditya’s past.

V is a Telugu-language action thriller film written and directed by Mohana Krishna Indraganti, produced by Dil Raju under the banner of Sri Venkateswara Creations. The film’s score is composed by S. Thaman, with the soundtrack album being composed by Amit Trivedi, while cinematography is handled by P. G. Vinda and editing done by Marthand K. Venkatesh.

It is Nani’s 25th film as an actor, in which he plays an antagonist for the first time. The film is released on Amazon Prime Video on 5th September 2020.

Star Cast:
Nani as Vishnu
Sudheer Babu as DCP Adithya
Nivetha Thomas as Apoorva Ramanujan
Aditi Rao Hydari as Saheba
Vennela Kishore as Mansoor
Tanikella Bharani as IG of Police
Naresh as Adithya’s father
Rohini as Apoorva’s mother
Thalaivasal Vijay as Apoorva’s father
Harish Uthaman as Ranjith
Adarsh Balakrishna as Sharath

MOVIE REVIEW: A huge disappointment for the viewers who were expecting a compelling action thriller film. It is a routine revenge drama with a dragged screenplay and a predictable plot. The first half of the film will keep you engage to some extent due to the well-executed crime scenes and action sequences. The second half comes with a flashback where the plot becomes tedious. Another romantic angle, stretch screenplay, and unwanted songs will test your patience.

Nani has delivered a notable performance, he never disappoints his fans. The natural star tried a negative avatar this time and he will surprise the audience with his screen presence and dialogue delivery. Sudheer Babu has given a decent performance, he looks good in the action sequences. And his sidekick Vennela Kishore given a fine performance too.

Nivetha Thomas looks charming in the film but she has nothing to offer more due to an underwritten role. Her chemistry with Sudheer Babu is passable. Aditi Rao Hydari looks beautiful and she manages to deliver an impactful performance from her short and supporting role. All other supporting casts are average on their part.

The music is forgettable and song execution are done in a mediocre way. S. Thaman’s background score is outstanding and one of the main highlights of the film.

V Movie Rating:
Direction 2.5/5
Acting 3/5
Dialogues 3/5
Story 2/5
Screenplay 2/5
Overall Hit ya Flop Rating: 2.5 out of 5 Stars (AVG)

Not Recommended 👎🏻

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